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It's time for a trip back to Pity City as we are about to get NASTY with an exclusive shoot interview featuring the legendary Nasty Boys Brian Kobbs and Jerry Saggs! Two of wrestling's most outrageous characters stopped by the RF VIDEO offices to record a blistering shoot interview that will have each and every fan finishing the DVD and starting it right back up again. It's that good! Hogan Knows Best star Brian Knobbs is legit one of the most intense people in the wrestling business, sort of like The Sandman after drinking ten redbulls and no sleep for 24 hours, and that passion put this interview right out of the ballpark! Together with partner Jerry Saggs, the Nasty Boys tell one amazing story after another about their stoic career including runs in WCW, WWF, AWA, XWF and Japan.
 
Absolutely everything you could possibly want to know about the Nasty Boys (and probably a few things no one should know) is discussed in complete detail, such as the time they fought UFC's Ken Shamrock and left him lying. Have you ever heard the inside dirt on the time Brian Knobbs fought Ric Flair in the China Club? You'll hear it here and nowhere else! The Nastys have been in involved in some of the most memorable WWF and WCW tag team programs and this shoot covers them all. The street fights with Kevin Sulllivan, Cactus Jack, and Maxx Payne in WCW. The memorable feud with the Steiners that ended up getting them a job in New York. The Legion of Doom. The Hart Foundation. Power & Glory. The NWO. All the major tag teams are covered!
 
This is the only shoot interview where you'll hear all the crazy rib stories from wrestling's true king of ribs? In all of our shoots, everyone points the fingers at the Nastys when it comes to disgusting ribs and in this shoot, Knobbs and Saggs come clean. Did they really take a dump in Jerry Lawler's crown? What happened with their matches with the Road Warriors? What's the true story about the infamous match with Scott Hall and Kevin Nash that put Jerry Saggs on the sideline? It's all here!
 
This is one DVD you won't want to miss as Saggs and Knobbs dish it out on everyone they came across from their early days in the AWA to the ill-fated XWF. Everything under the sun is covered including the Midnight Rockers, DDP, Jim Herd, Ric Flair, Sting, Vince McMahon, Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant, Eric Bischoff, War Games, the Sid vs. Arn fight, kayfabe, the indys, MMA, John Laurenitis, wrestling newsletters, the Internet, and much, MUCH more. Don't miss out as it's time to get nasty baby!

How did each of you get started
Talk a little bit about Allentown PA
What do you each remember about your early days on the indys
What were each of your goals when you got in the business
Did you guys plan on tagging together all along
How did you guys get into the AWA
Initial impressions of Verne
Initially you guys werent pushed, how was the transition made to take you guys from ehancement talent to a pushed team
Early memories of Leon White
Memories of Scott Hall from then
Memories of Curt Hennig
Memories of Nick Bockwinkel
Memories of meeting the Midnight Rockers
Brian - you wrestled Ray Stevens and Bockwinkel with Zbysko, memories of that
Memories of Paul Heyman from the AWA
Who gave you the name and gimmick, the Nasty Boys
Memories of your first matches with the Rockers in 88
Memories of Dallas Page from the AWA
Memories of working in Memphis
Memories of your series with the Rockers in Memphis
Thoughts on Lawler during your run
Memories of Florida and Dusty
How did you get into All Japan
How did the style differ from the American style
Was there an adjustment period for you two
Memories of working with Hansen
Thoughts , memories of Baba
How did you wind up in WCW
Initial thoughts on Jim Herd
Initial impressions of Ric Flair
How were you guys received by the locker room
Did you think there was a lot of room for growth there
Thoughts on Sting
Memories of your match with the Steiners
Are you surprised the match is still talked about today as a classic
What made it so good
How were you able to make the jump so quickly to the WWF
Initial impressions of Vince
Early memories of Hogan
What was the lifestyle like
Was the drug scene crazy
Thoughts on Jimmy Hart as your manager
Memories of your series with the Hart Foundation
You guys were known as big ribbers, what are some of your most memorable
Memories of matches with the Road Warriors
Did you have a problem with them selling for you
Is it true that you guys defecated in Lawlers crown when he came in
Memories of matches here with the Rockers
How crazy was the travel schedule
What were some of your favorite guys to work with here
Memories of Andre
Why did you leave
Did you leave on good terms
How did you wind up back in WCW
What was different about WCW this time around
How come Missy Hyatt didn't manage you guys long
Initial impressions of Eric Bischoff
Brian - At what point in your career did you become more friendly with Hulk
Can you guys talk about the Ken Shamrock fight
Ken claims that he was with Billy Gunn and ran into Jerry at an airport and punked him out, is this true
What happened between you guys and Ric Flair in Manhattan
Memories of matches with Catcus and Maxx Payne
Memories of the Chicago Street Fight
Did it bother you when Cactus took the belt on ECW TV and threw it down
Memories of your War Games with Dusty and Terry Funk
How did things change when Hulk came in
What were the politics like back then
Memories of the Vader-Orndorff shoot
Memories of the Sid-Arn shoot
Memories of matches with Harlem Heat
Memories of Steve Austin
How did Bischoff change with success
How did things change when Hall and Nash came in
Do you think Hall and Nash disrespected the locker room
Memories of matches with Public Enemy
Did it bother you when the announcers would laugh during your brawls
Any good rib stories from WCW
Did it bother you when Bischoff would try and work the boys like the Pillman angle
What happened in 1997 with your match against Hall and Nash
Jerry - Do you think he took advantage of you
Why do you think he did
How hard was retirement
Brian - Was it hard to continue your career without your partner
Did anyone ever refuse to take the Pit Stop
Why didn't the XWF work
Brian - How has life changed for you now that you are back in the spotlight on Hogans Knows Best
In your careers who did you find was overrated and underrated
What do you each do today
How much do you miss it
Are you surprised that tag team wrestling isnt a priority these days in the WWE
Have you guys ever talked with Vince about coming back for anything
Do you think you guys were bullies
You guys were known for being partiers back in the day, what are your thoughts on the current wellness policy in the WWE
Thoughts on MMA
What do you think of the lack of kayfabe today in the business
What team/s would you have liked to have worked in your prime you never did
Either of you interested in writing a book
Advice for young guys
What is wrong with the indys today
Would you like to go into the WWF Hall of Fame
Who were your favorite and least fav bookers to work for and why
Thoughts on newsletters and the internet

Product Reviews

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nastyville
ruiz_matthew (Unknown) 6/3/2007 10:50 AM
these guys are truly one of the all time great tag teams, having won both the wwf and wcw tag team titles. this was an entertaining interview from beginning to end! they hold nothing back and have fond memories of when they first started with awa and speak highly of verne. the best part of the interview was when they speak of their time in wcw and their feud with the steiners and the legendary match with them on halloween havoc which got them into wwf. wwf made these guys household names, as they had legendary feuds with the hart foundation, legion of doom, the rockers and money inc. they speak about how they became close friends with the rockers. they also speak about their beef with ken shamrock, and how it was a big misunderstanding and they hold no grudges with him. sags talks about the time ken confronted him in the airport, that was interesting. they also rip bischoff for being an arrogant, uncaring boss. sags talks about his confrontation with scott hall after hall injured him. great interview overall.
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Just plain nasty
Bjizzle (Unknown) 5/19/2008 2:19 PM
Good shoot, they talk about their run ins with the outsider and ken shamrock. Pretty good shoot plus you get to have breakfest with the nastys. Brain Knobs is very loud! I feel somtimes he drowns out Jerry Sages. Who I am very sad to say seems to be the brains of the team if there is such a thing? Check it out!
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nasty shoot!!!!
andre (Unknown) 6/14/2007 5:18 PM
Another great shoot guys!!!!! RF Video hits another home run!!!! I really liked this shoot!!! The stories the Nasty Boys told were awesome!!!! This is a must own shoot!!!1
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just plan nasty
kittie (Unknown) 6/27/2007 5:18 PM
great shoot the nasty tell some greast storys in this shoot and when asked about hall&nash is most see great job ?
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Nastyville baby!
BillyClub (Unknown) 6/15/2009 7:48 AM
Awesome awesome awesome! Now this is a great shoot interview. It feels like this could have been a 10 hour shoot because the Nastys have so much to talk about. There's not a second that gets wasted during this interview, This shoot is 100% entertaining. The Nastys still talk about Wrestling like they are fans and not jaded been-there-done-that types like so many other people are. Personally I think they're too nice when they talk about Saggs' career being cut short by the human cancers in wrestling Kevin Nash and walking pile of shit Scott Hall. I'm glad Saggs knocked Hall's teeth out of his mouth during the match but Scott Hall was still able to work and Saggs physically couldn't work anymore. It's all Scott Hall's fault! Get this shoot, Especially if you were an AWA/WWF/WCW fan back in the late 1980's or early 1990's. That really was a great time for Wrestling and the Nasty Boys lived it every step of the way. I gotta get volume #2 now!
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